The training is fundamental to allow the teams employed in rescue operations to reach the maximum effectiveness in delivering the rescue itself. Simulation techniques are an essential tool to allow learners and operators to develop hard and soft skills simultaneously. The combination of miniaturized sensor and virtual reality technologies allows the development of complex systems, able to implement the realism of the simulation itself, thus allowing an extremely effective and targeted training. These systems also allow the monitoring of training sessions, allowing the collection of a significant number of useful data for the generation of a standardized, efficient and unambiguous action practice. In this scenario, the design becomes the facilitator and manager of the complex system generated by the various actors, with the mission to indicate the directions to follow to achieve the intended objectives. The aim of the research is the generation of a system of guidelines for an intervention model that puts ergonomics, technology and instrumentation, flows, proxemics and sensory communication at its center, on the basis of which to set up a simulation center, able to to respond to the training needs of the rescue teams and to allow the provision of training, regulated and designed. In this way it will be possible to replicate and export the model in similar contexts. The aforementioned objective is linked to the need to generate an efficient and unequivocal practice of action. This will be achieved by spreading various simulation centers throughout the territory, set up according to the design guidelines, which will form the nodes of a network in constant communication, following the FabLab model, so that the system of instruments used and the center itself they can be exported to be feasible and accessible anywhere.

Guidelines to set up a simulation center

M. Bisson;A. ianniello
2019

Abstract

The training is fundamental to allow the teams employed in rescue operations to reach the maximum effectiveness in delivering the rescue itself. Simulation techniques are an essential tool to allow learners and operators to develop hard and soft skills simultaneously. The combination of miniaturized sensor and virtual reality technologies allows the development of complex systems, able to implement the realism of the simulation itself, thus allowing an extremely effective and targeted training. These systems also allow the monitoring of training sessions, allowing the collection of a significant number of useful data for the generation of a standardized, efficient and unambiguous action practice. In this scenario, the design becomes the facilitator and manager of the complex system generated by the various actors, with the mission to indicate the directions to follow to achieve the intended objectives. The aim of the research is the generation of a system of guidelines for an intervention model that puts ergonomics, technology and instrumentation, flows, proxemics and sensory communication at its center, on the basis of which to set up a simulation center, able to to respond to the training needs of the rescue teams and to allow the provision of training, regulated and designed. In this way it will be possible to replicate and export the model in similar contexts. The aforementioned objective is linked to the need to generate an efficient and unequivocal practice of action. This will be achieved by spreading various simulation centers throughout the territory, set up according to the design guidelines, which will form the nodes of a network in constant communication, following the FabLab model, so that the system of instruments used and the center itself they can be exported to be feasible and accessible anywhere.
3rd International Conference on Environmental Design
9788855090605
Medical simulation, Training, Virtual reality, Data collection, Design Network
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